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1+ @Pete Oh My!
http://www.smokedbbqsource.com/best-bbq-blogs-2016/   I follow this great BBQ blog, and wow! With the season upon us, why not take a look at what some folks are talking about.
  My girl friend made Hummus Deviled Eggs for Memorial Day Weekend spread... instead of Mayo she used hummus, dried mustard, S&P and a garnish of paprika ... they were delicious!     Made even that much better that she raises  organic chickens who lay wonderful eggs!     .. and I finally tried wasabi in my deviled egg @petalsandcoco very tasty! (also smoked paprika, mmm)
    I think I've changed my mind about eating ANYTHING !!      HA!! 
I did not know this:   Types of Vegetarian Diets Whether or not you can eat eggs depends largely on the type of vegetarian diet that you follow. Semi-vegetarian and pescetarian diets allow for the consumption of eggs, as well as some animal or fish meats. Among pure vegetarians, lacto-ovo vegetarians eat eggs and dairy products, but no meat, poultry or fish. Ovo vegetarians also eat eggs, but do not include dairy in their diet. In contrast, lacto vegetarians eat dairy...
Every year, I buy a mustard at Honey Baked Ham, Honey Mustard. It's wonderful as a dip for Chicken fingers, used in a homemade vinaigrette, a great glaze for fish, chicken or ham, pre-coating on all matter of protein prior to breadcrumbs and frying, etc. This mustard has a fabulous sweet-sour-tart-spicy flavor, but not over powering at all. One bottle of it goes a long way. Oh and @Koukouvagia, great topic! MAHALO!
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http://www.engadget.com/2016/05/04/kfc-flavored-nail-polish/   OH MY GAWD! Finger lickin' gross is right! KFC is releasing two "flavors" of Nail Polish in Hong Kong,  Original Recipe as well as Hot and Spicy.   You gotta watch this ad ... 
ooohhh @ChicagoTerry ... I bookmarked that site and will be reading more in depth later ... I like frugal! like I said, I fed my husband and I on very little money for the entire day's worth of food when we were first married, I think I'd like to try it again.  My new trick is to not buy anything other than fresh necessities for a month, twice a year, just use whatever is in the freezer, `fridge and pantry...I saved a bundle! oops, off topic ... back to your regularly...
 I'd like to preface this recipe and say, the bread crumbs and chicken broth were madewith all leftover tidbits and old bread that would have been tossed, which I don't do, I save these things in zipbags in the freezer to make bread crumbsand broth/stock, so it didn't cost me... okay, I'm really frugal   
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